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What Worries CEOs Now?

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Pat Galagan

IBM's CEO Sam Palmisano sets the context this way: "In a very short time, we've become aware of global climate change; of the geopolitical issues surrounding energy and water supplies; of the vulnerabilities of supply chains for food, medicine, and even talent; and of s... More »

Corporate Integrity Pays Off in Better Performance

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Phaedra Brotherton

Fostering a culture in which employees feel free to speak up about company wrongdoing does more than promote open communication; new research shows that it is also improves company performance and productivity. According to a Corporate Executive Board (CEB) survey of ne... More »

Gallup: Wellbeing Is the Next Employee Engagement

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In recent decades, major change initiatives such as Total Quality Management (TQM) and employee engagement have taken hold in organizations - and for good reason. They've reduced costs and fueled growth. As a result, early adopters have gained a competitive edge. This l... More »

Warning Signs of Turnover Waiting to Happen

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Phaedra Brotherton

The layoffs, pay freezes, and budget cuts that organizations made during the Great Recession led to stressed out employees, many of whom are anxious about what's going to happen next. Those feelings are a strong predictor of turnover, according to a new report on "Predi... More »

Talent Challenge: Renewing the Vision

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Not since 1950 has there been a jobs decline as long and deep as that of the current Great Recession. The bursting of the huge global credit bubble has led to the first worldwide recession since the Great Depression of the 1930s. These economic conditions have shouldere... More »

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